Tibetan MMA fighter wins debut fight by knock out
19-yr-old New Yorker Tenzin Ngawang knocked out his opponent in 23 seconds of the first round of the fight at Fight Club Champion 4 held in New Jersey on July 10.
Hailed as the First Tibetan MMA fighter, this is his debut in professional MMA fight.
7 thoughts on “Tibetan MMA fighter wins debut fight by knock out”
Good to see Tibetan MMA sportman . proud to be as a Tibetan, wish you for your bright future.
Be the next featherweight champion in UFC for all the Tibetans
I am very much interested to make a career out of this sport, so is there any way I could get a chance to train under the likes of famous gyms like AKA, i am ready to give every thing, let me know. Good luck to you our first mma buddy.
Thank you for writing the short story I really appreciate it.
Excellent share. Good to know that a Tibetan fighter has made his debut to mixed martial arts. Best of luck for his great future. I also got training for mma few years ago but I was not lucky enough to get a chance in real mma fight.
Im just proud for being tibetan..
It’s grt to know that we too have ME A fighter..
Best of luck bro…
Hope you will reach the greatest heights..
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